Apple investigates AI partnerships with news outlets

Apple investigates AI partnerships with news outlets
Apple investigates AI partnerships with news outlets

Apple has started discussions with major news and publishing firms to secure permission to use their content in the creation of generative artificial intelligence system

Apple (AAPL.O) has begun talks with significant news and publishing companies to obtain authorization to use their content in the development of generative artificial intelligence systems.

The iPhone maker has floated multiyear deals costing at least $50 million to license the news article archives, citing people familiar with the report.

According to a report, Apple has gotten in touch with NBC News, Condé Nast, the owner of Vogue and the New Yorker, and IAC, the company that owns People, the Daily Beast, and Better Homes and Gardens.

The report states that some of the publishers Apple contacted expressed a lack of enthusiasm for the approach.

To incorporate generative AI, big tech has been making significant investments. Apple, on the other hand, has improved the fundamental features of their new devices using this technology.

In October, Apple also unveiled new MacBook Pro and iMac laptops, along with three new CPUs to power them. The company highlighted that artificial intelligence researchers might employ these chips since the amount of data that computers can store in memory is typically a limitation for their chatbots and other creations.

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